Judy Woodruff Biography
(American Broadcast Journalist Anchor and Managing Editor of ‘PBS NewsHour’)
Birthday: November 20, 1946 (Scorpio)
Born In: Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States
Judith “Judy” Woodruff is an American journalist who serves as the anchor as well as managing editor of the television news show ‘PBS NewsHour’. She has also worked with many other news channels including CNN and NBC News. She is a founding co-chairperson of International Women's Media Foundation. She is a part of the steering team of Reporters' Committee for Freedom of the Press and sits on the board of trustees of Freedom Forum. Woodruff also serves on the advisory board for the non-profit organization America Abroad Media. While she is well known as a journalist, very few people know that the American lady is also an author who has written numerous books till date. Her writing credits include ‘The Theodore H. White lecture with Judy Woodruff’ and ‘This Is Judy Woodruff at the White House’. In 2013, Woodruff, along with her co-anchor Gwen Ifill was honoured with a trophy from the Women’s Media Center.